Temperatures in parts of Texas have started hitting the upper 90s, and they’re likely to stay above normal this summer, according to a forecast by federal climatologists.
That means another difficult summer for the Texas power grid. In a recent report, the North American Electric Reliability Corporation projected that the Texas grid will have the lowest percentage of power reserves this summer of any region of the country.
“Sustained extreme weather could be a threat to supply adequacy this summer,” the report stated.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which operates the power grid, also expects summer conditions to ...